Authorities Take Adolf Hitler, Young Sisters From Parents

Police Chief says no abuse claims have been reported

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    The parents of Adolf Hitler Campbell, center, had their young son and his two sisters taken from them Tuesday by Family Services officials in New Jersey.

    Authorities in New Jersey removed 3-year-old Adolf Hitler Campbell and his two young siblings from the care of their parents, according to a published report Tuesday.

    The state's Division of Youth and Family Services took the boy, as well as his sisters -- JoyceLynn Aryan Nation Campbell, 1, and Honszlynn Hinler Jeannie Campbell, 9 months -- from Heath and Deborah Campbell, according to LehighValleyOnline.com.

    The parents were scheduled to make a court visit Tuesday, but the appearance was postponed.

    Holland Township Police Chief David van Gilson told LehighValleyOnline.com that he didn't know why the children were taken, but added that his office had not received any complaints of abuse.

    The family made national headlines last year when a cakemaker refused to add the boy's name to a cake.

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